MPSC students to extension of one year to appear for exam


Pune : Policenama online  – The state government has issued an ordinance giving a one year extension as ‘one time special case’ to students who want to appear for MPSC examination but have crossed the age limit.

This will be applicable for those who have crossed the age limit during the period from March 1, 2020 to the time of the issuing of the ordinance. They will be allowed to appear for the examinations conducted till December 31, 2022. This will benefit thousands of students.

Many students lost an opportunity to appear for the MPSC exam as no advertisements were published due to the coronavirus pandemic and they have crossed the upper age limit.

A meeting of the cabinet was held on November 10, 2021 to discuss the possibility of allowing these students to appear for MPSC examination. Minister of State Dattatray Bharne said a decision was taken on December 17 (Friday) on the issue.

The ordinance says that if the last date for applying for an examination is over before the issuing of the ordinance and if the exam has not been conducted, the students will be allowed to appear for the exam.

Rape case registered against Rajesh Mallya of M/S Bollywood Film Equipments and two others in Pune


Pune : Policenama online   – The Warje Malwadi police have registered an FIR against three people from Bollywood for repeatedly raping a model and trying to extort Rs 10 lakh from her. They had taken intimate photos of the model and were threatening to make them viral and also had threatened to make a blue film.

The case has been registered against Rajesh Mallya of M/S Bollywood Film Equipments and Abhijeet Ganpat Sathe (34), a resident of Warje. A case has also been registered against a woman.

A 25-year-old girl from Hadapsar has filed a complaint with the Warje police station. The incident took place from July 2017 to July 21, 2021.

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